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La ICANN publica una descripción modificada de los elementos de datos correspondientes a la Especificación de Retención de Datos del RAA 2013 y los propósitos de su recolección y retención

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El 23 de marzo de 2014, la ICANN publicó un documento para comentario público con el objetivo de aclarar el significado de ciertos elementos de datos descriptos en la Especificación de Retención de Datos y describir los propósitos potencialmente legítimos de la obtención y retención de estos elementos de datos https://www.icann.org/news/announcement-3-2014-03-23-en. Tras la recepción de comentarios públicos sobre el documento, la ICANN declaró que, en pos de facilitar la resolución de negociaciones en curso en materia de exenciones de retención de datos, podría modificar o complementar el documento publicado en caso de determinar que tal medida permitiese que la ICANN, y uno o más registradores, lleguen a un acuerdo sobre el alcance de las exenciones en materia de retención de datos conforme al RAA 2013 http://forum.icann.org/lists/comments-retention-21mar14/msg00007.html.

Con el fin de que avancen las conversaciones en curso para llegar a un acuerdo sobre el alcance de las exenciones de retención de datos conforme al RAA 2013, en el día de hoy la ICANN publica para comentario público una versión modificada de dicho documento. Consideramos que este documento permitirá que la ICANN, y uno o mas registradores, lleguen a un acuerdo sobre el alcance de las exenciones en materia de retención de datos en el marco del RAA 2013 https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/raa-data-retention-elements-10aug15-en.pdf [PDF, 295 KB].


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